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Blue Lane Technologies Selected by AlwaysOn as an AO100 Top Private Company Award Winner
Blue Lane Technologies, Inc. today announced that it has been chosen by AlwaysOn as one of the AO 100 Top Private Companies for 2007. The fifth-annual elite AO100 list was compiled by the AlwaysOn editorial panel. In order to be eligible for the AO100 list, companies had to be peer-nominated, with AlwaysOn receiving more than 1000 nominations from venture investors, investment bankers and other industry experts.

Blue Lane and the AlwaysOn 100 Top Private Companies for 2007 will be honored at the AlwaysOn Stanford Summit to be held July 31 August 2, at Stanford University. The Stanford Summit is a two-and-a-half-day executive gathering that highlights the significant economic, political and commercial trends affecting the global technology industries. The idea behind the AO100 top private companies list is to identify the most promising entrepreneurial opportunities and investments in the global technology industry.

Blue Lane has advanced the state of server security by being the first comprehensive application and protocol-aware vulnerability shield for both physical and virtual servers. Blue Lane products decode all traffic with minimal latency, protecting servers from attacks designed to evade general purpose IDS/IPS products. As a result, servers are protected without using signatures or tuning or requiring reboots and/or downtime; a significant step forward in intrusion detection and protection.

"We are honored to have again been selected to the AO100," said Jeff Palmer, president and CEO at Blue Lane. Since receiving the award last year weve been recognized as both a Technology of the Year at InfoWorld and the Best of Interop, both in security. I cannot say enough about the AlwaysOn team and their ability to discover and recognize true innovation.

Published Tuesday, July 17, 2007 10:21 PM by David Marshall
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